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Gertrude Bell
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Gertrude Bell

Gertrude Bell (l. 1868-1926) was an archaeologist, travel writer, explorer, and political administrator responsible for creating the borders of the countries of the Near East after World War I and, especially, for the foundation of the modern...
Ragnar Lothbrok
Definitionby Emma Groeneveld

Ragnar Lothbrok

Ragnar Lothbrok (Old Norse Ragnarr Loðbrók, also anglicised as Ragnar Lodbrok), whose epithet means 'Hairy-breeches' or 'Shaggy-breeches', was a legendary Viking king, with Old Norse sagas, poetry, and medieval Latin sources telling of his...
Mary of Guise
Definitionby Mark Cartwright

Mary of Guise

Mary of Guise (aka Marie de Lorraine, 1515-1560) was a French noblewoman who became the second wife of James V of Scotland (r. 1513-1542). With the premature death of her husband, her daughter Mary, Queen of Scots (r. 1542-1567) became queen...
Hans Holbein the Younger
Definitionby Mark Cartwright

Hans Holbein the Younger

Hans Holbein the Younger (c. 1497-1543 CE) was a German Renaissance painter who is most famous for his portraits. A versatile artist and superb draughtsman, Holbein was accomplished in different mediums from woodcut engravings to murals...
Alexander I of Scotland
Definitionby Mark Cartwright

Alexander I of Scotland

Alexander I of Scotland reigned from 1107 to 1124 CE. Alexander continued the reorganisation of the Scottish Church, taking the Roman Catholic Church organisation as a model, and he famously founded the priory at Scone, site of the acclamation...
Catherine of Valois
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Catherine of Valois

A 19th century CE illustration depicting Catherine of Valois (l. 1401 - c. 1437 CE). Catherine was the wife of Henry V of England (r. 1413-1422 CE) and mother of Henry VI of England (r. 1422-61 & 1470-71 CE). She also later married the Welsh...
James I of England
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James I of England

Painting of James I of England wearing the jewel called the Three Brothers in his hat, after John de Critz, c. 1605 CE. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
King Edward III of England
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King Edward III of England

A portrait of King Edward III of England (r. 1327 - 1377 CE) from the National Portrait Gallery in London. Made by an unknown artist c. 1597 - 1618 CE. Oil on panel. 584 mm x 448 mm (23 in x 17 5/8 in) uneven.
King Edward I of England
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King Edward I of England

A portrait of King Edward I of England (r. 1272 - 1307 CE) from the National Portrait Gallery in London. Made by an unknown artist c. 1597 - 1618 CE. Oil on panel. 580 mm x 450 mm (22 7/8 in x 17 3/4 in).
New England, 1665 CE
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New England, 1665 CE

Map of New England printed by John Seller John in 1675 CE, based on William Reed's original survey of 1665 CE.
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